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Tag Archives: cellphone

Galloping into social media

The Maryland Jockey Club announced Monday it has an app of its own. The app, which will provide instant, real-time access to the latest Preakness Stakes updates, is available for iPhone, Android and BlackBerry phones. So while you’re out in the ...

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What do Peeps, March Madness, beer and nonprofits have in common?

They’re all featured in this blog post, thanks to a variety of interesting business news developments Tuesday. Nonprofit employment grew 2 percent in 2009, compared to a statewide drop in total employment of 3.2 percent, according to “Nonprofits by the ...

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Police win case over cell-phone photos

RICHMOND, VA — Voyeuristic police officers who passed around revealing photographs discovered on a defendant’s cellphone are not subject to a civil rights suit by the defendant’s girlfriend, pictured in the photos. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals last ...

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First Amendment right to a cell phone?

As the The Daily Record’s city courts reporter, I’m quite familiar with the rigors (and failings) of courthouse security. I’ve had to empty my pockets and remove my belt countless times and, occasionally, I’ve had to run back to the ...

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Lost and found — and charged

My husband loses things. Keys, glasses, CD players. (He’s the last person in America to use a portable CD player, but that’s another story.) Last week he lost his cell phone. He thought it had fallen out of his pocket ...

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